The Salon (film)

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The Salon
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Promotional poster
Directed by Mark Brown
Produced by David Odom
Breht Gardner
Brent Odom
Carl Craig
David Odom
Lita Richardson
Mark Brown
Vivica A. Fox
Zatella Beatty
Written by Mark Brown
Shelley Garrett
Starring Vivica A. Fox
Darrin Henson
Dondre Whitfield
Kym Whitley
Monica Calhoun
Cinematography Brandon Trost
Editing by Earl Watson
Distributed by CodeBlack Entertainment
Freestyle Releasing
Release dates
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $139,084[1]

The Salon is a 2005 comedy-drama film, directed by Mark Brown, executive produced by David Odom, and starring Vivica A. Fox, Kym Whitley, and Monica Calhoun. The movie was filmed in Baltimore, Maryland.

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The Salon is an independent feature film that was developed, financed and produced by Howard University grads David Odom and Mark Brown. In the movie, Jenny Smith (Fox) owns a modest neighborhood beauty parlor that is hugely popular with the folks who reside on her street, but mom-and-pop businesses are going belly-up all over the place and lately a corporate giant has been clamoring to set up shop on the block. Despite formidable pressure from the Department of Water and Power, Jenny refuses to accept the offer made for her shop and decides to test her luck against the DWP in the local courthouse.

Tagline: Where you get more than just a hair cut!

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